Many people diagnosed with cancer also experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and for some, this persists and sometimes worsens with time, even after successful cancer treatment. PTSD is most often associated with traumatic events such as war, sexual and physical attacks, natural disasters, and serious accidents. But people with cancer may experience it too. According to a recent study, nearly 1 in 4 women newly diagnosed with breast cancer experienced PTSD symptoms which persisted for years. Learn how to cope with PTSD by listening to “Cancer PTSD is Real” #truthanddarecancerpodcast episode 28 here: https://www.truthanddarecancer.com/blog/28
What You’ll Learn From this Episode:
+ Why many people with cancer also experience Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
+ What are the main symptoms of PTSD in people with cancer
+ Why PTSD in some cancer patients sometimes worsens with time, and for some, the symptoms persist for years.
+ PTSD treatment options and practical PTSD coping techniques for cancer patients and cancer survivors
+ Truth & Dare Quote: Don’t ‘fight’ cancer, rather surrender to feeling and healing instead.
Featured on the Show:
+ TDC #24: Cancer Coaching or Therapy?
+ TDC #23: Emotional Rest and Cancer
+ TDC #04: Healing Vibes of Trees for Cancer
+ If you are not quite sure how to move forward, let’s get on a brief call and you can tell me exactly what’s going on and what you are looking for — we can figure this out together. Book your free 15-minute clarity session here, or go to https://www.truthanddarecancer.com/call.
+ Join the Truth & Dare Cancer Facebook Community. It’s a safe space where I and lots of other like-minded women with cancer hang out and share our stories, struggles, tips, and support.
+ Learn more and apply for I Can Cancer, my step by step coaching program here: using mindset work, emotions processing and coaching techniques to hold your hand and guide you through your cancer journey so that you can go through this traumatic and intense experience with as much help along the way as possible. Whether you need help with not losing your identity to cancer, or dealing with your negative thinking, or learning ways to process your emotions and create healthy boundaries, this program can help you. Learn how to cope with PTSD by listening to “Cancer PTSD is Real” #truthanddarecancerpodcast episode 28 here: https://www.truthanddarecancer.com/blog/28